KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Sarah Elisabeth displays KINDNESS and TEAMWORK by arriving to rehearsal early everyday to set up the stage.
Samuel Pittard showed KINDNESS and TEAMWORK by filling the empty candy bowl in his English class for the benefit of all his peers.
Greer, Reese and Charlotte were all showing support and KINDNESS for one another as they encouraged each other to finish strong before the end of the marking period!
Tae, Charlie Kahlstorf, Graham Blanks, Franklin Burns and Mercer Williams all showed TEAMWORK today as they worked together to complete some work in EvoGen while having fun!
Eli consistently stays after class to help his classmates with their lost belongings, showing KINDNESS.
Aidan showed KINDNESS in the Tillman Center.
Hayes shows KINDNESS and TEAMWORK . . . helping students get caught up in lab voluntarily.
Brent Chandler showed KINDNESS AND TEAMWORK . . . helping students who are getting caught up in a lab with the protocols.
This week is a week 5
Today is a Day 4
Today is Spartan Spirit Day…wear your favorite Spartan shirt with dress code bottoms.
ACT: October 27
SENIORS: The October test might be your last chance to take the ACT and get your scores back in time for college application deadlines.
- A single point can close the gap between your college application and an acceptance letter.
- Improving your composite score could mean more scholarship money.
- 57% of students who took the ACT more than once improved their score.
JUNIORS: The ACT is so much more than a score. Get ahead and stay ahead by taking the test in October.
- Discover your academic strengths and help plan your courses.
- Use your in-depth score report to explore how your interests align with your intended college major or career goals.
- Uncover colleges and scholarship opportunities.
Don’t wait until it’s too late! Register by Friday, September 28 to avoid late fees!
The Spartan Book Club will be reading Simon vs the Homo Sapien Agenda this month! If you are interested in the discussion, please join us on October 15th during club time. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Street.
Fundraising! Today is the last day! You can do it!
Our Homecoming Theme this year is SUPER HERO MOVIES!
Homecoming Week is Monday, Oct. 8 – Saturday, Oct. 13
Monday, Oct. 8 and Tuesday, Oct. 9 – No school for you!
Wednesday, Oct. 10
8:10-12:00 PSAT 10th/11th
9:30-10:30 Senior Bulb Planting (Seniors meet in PH at 9:20)
8:00-4:00 9th Conferences
12:00 Lunch (not provided)
12:00-4:00 Non-Mandatory Committee Work
Thursday, Oct. 11
8:25-9:25 Pd. 1
9:25-10:25 Pd. 6
10:25-10:55 Committee Time
10:55-11:55 Pd. 2
11:55-1:25 Lunch and Pd. 7
1:25-2:25 Pd. 3
2:25-3:20 Pd. 4
7:00-9:30 Powder Puff and Bonfire
Friday, Oct. 12
8:10-9:25 Non-Mandatory Committee Work (or Late Start)
9:25-10:25 Pd. 5
10:25-11:00 View HC Videos
11:00-1:30 Food Truck and Committee Work
1:30-2:00 Line Up For Parade
2:00-3:20 Parade and Pep Rally
Saturday, Oct. 13
Youth Leadership Athens applications will be open to current 10th and 11th grade students starting Monday, October 1. Applications can be picked up in The Deans of Student Life office.
UGA Summer Young Dawgs—The University of Georgia Young Dawgs Program is a high school internship program designed to provide high school sophomores and juniors opportunities to do an internship at UGA. The summer dates are May 28 to July 3. There is no cost to participate. Students must have a minimum 3.7 GPA. For more information, you may contact Jim Geiser at email@example.com.
From the College Counseling Office
Friday 10.12 – All Priority application blue sheets due
Monday 10.15 – UGA/GA Tech Early Action application deadline
Upcoming College Visits:
Monday September 17 – Duke
Advisory Theme – Mindfulness, Stress, and Anxiety (weeks of September 12-October 9)